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How can we calculate " Project Completion Percentage " ( EVM or any other technique ) using Jira ?

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May 18, 2023

We have a lot of agile projects running on scrum with 2 weeks sprints , any idea on how to calculate the project completion percentage directly or indirectly using information available on Jira ? 

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Hello @Dushantha_106202 , this question is not related to Jira Align so you might ask this also in another group to get some answers.

However, the question is also not that easy to answer at least for me without more information. I know EVM from classical projects that have a fixed scope. Question is, if your agile teams work on such a fixed scope. Or simpler: how do you define the "end" of the project? Based on this you could define these "agile EVM metrics".

PMI has an article that might help from theory perspective: Earned Value Management (EVM) - Understand Agile Project Progress (

Looking to the metrics used in that article, I don't think that Jira standard provides hat reporting.

What you should have a look at are the reports in Jira, especially the version/release report: View and understand the version report | Jira Software Cloud | Atlassian Support

Also have a look to the release burndown report. This predicts the time needed to finish a release based on current velocity: View and understand the release burndown report | Jira Software Cloud | Atlassian Support

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